Who Feels Scared? A Book About Being Afraid



Help young children cope with brief moments of self-doubt and fear.



With full-color illustrations on every page, this captivating book is intended to be read independently by the young reader or accompanied by an adult in its use. The children learn that moments of fear are temporary and often based on pointless exaggeration. Following the story, a series of pictures invites the reader to tell a story about temporary feelings of nervousness.  A special section for adults provides discussion questions and suggestions for guiding a child to talk about action steps to take when something seems intimidating. In addition to its obvious use in a family setting, this book’s hardbound binding and sturdy paper Pages: render it ideal for frequent use, as in a school library or professional office.


Author:    Sue Graves


ISBN:       978-15754-23746


Pages:     28


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